Why We Love Holiday Ham

Few things spell Christmas in the Philippines more than a smoked ham to join in the festivities. In a country where turkeys aren’t as easy to come by and roasts are expensive for the average household, a Christmas ham is a family favorite. The Baby Barangay girls were recently on the hunt for the best Christmas ham and after doing our research, we decided that Holiday Ham from CDO Premium came out on top.

Here are the reasons why we chose Holiday Ham for our Christmas festivities this year:

Reason 1 | Made from Premium Boneless Hind Leg: Holiday Ham is taken from a whole hind leg and not from other parts mashed together. You can tell from the way the fat is marbled into the ham that this is pure meat.

Reason 2 | Net Marks on Ham: It’s important to look for net marks when looking to purchase your smoked ham. Net marks means that the ham has been properly cured and smoked to perfection. Only whole meat hams can be smoked in a net.

Reason 3 | No Extenders: Holiday Ham is made from wholemeat so you don’t get any fillers in the ham like you would if you were purchasing a luncheon meat. Common extenders are fibers, flours, or starches; ingredients you shouldn’t be seeing in a ham. Thankfully, Holiday Ham is nothing but pure meaty smoked goodness.

Want to know how I personally love to have my Holiday Ham? I pan fry a slice in a little sugar and then put it into a pandesal with Queso de Bola. I then pan fry the pandesal again in a little butter until toasty and the cheese has melted.

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The Parent Files Season 4 Episode 1 | Teaching Your Child Independence

The Parent Files is back with a brand new season! This time around we invited parents of kids 6-8 years old to answer some of our most asked parenting questions.

Our first episode this season tackles teaching children independence at an age where we as parents hope to encourage it. Here is the video:

The Parents Files Season 4 is brought to you by The Parenting Emporium & Ascof Laguna

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Ceramic Cranes By Chicasa 

Thank you to dear friend Clarisse for introducing me to these beautiful origami cranes from local design firm Chicasa Manila. These quality pieces are made of bone china and handcrafted by local Filipino artisans. The possibilities for use are endless: food serving bowls, plant holders, paper clip organizers. They’d make the perfect Christmas gift for a person with amazing taste.

They can come in one piece or four. Order your at Chicasa Manila through their

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